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turkey and syria edged closer to conflict with a fresh exchange of shelling across the border on saturday as ankara warns that war isn't far off. the radio police used tear gas and water cannons after crowds of pro-democracy protesters to sand on the nation's capital to push for more rights and an answer to boil rule. russia demands justice for a twenty four year old student beaten half to death in a canadian detention center. has been as well as outspoken socialist leader and his young democratic rival gear up for sunday's neck and neck presidential poll we look at their track records and the mood of the
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nation. it's eleven am in the russian capital you're watching r t with me marina joshie welcome to the program turkey has launched a fresh artillery strike on syria in response to a mortar attack on saturday morning it's not clear who's responsible for the provocation now casualties have been reported in the latest exchange which comes just days after five turkish civilians were killed by syrian shelling officials say the two countries are close to all out war with ankara now authorized by its lawmakers to sand troops into syria if necessary for a mediator as including russia are calling for calm and restraint this comes as fighting between government forces and rebels intensifies across syria with insurgents claiming to have shot down. down a military helicopter and
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a jet author and journalist says damascus will retain the if pulled into a broader conflict. this kind of flashpoint is the kind of flashpoint that can create world war three. some people have it this is a false flag operation we're getting these reports of this continued as it were a reaction from the judge government ok so i do and will face political problems at home but then why were they speaking with the iranians talking about how this needs a diplomatic solution not a military one if turkey continues down to the agreements we didn't vote this would draw in a way to situation a wider fears here over the war and risks expanding it to the people of syria and the people of turkey will not benefit from this major says that they'll defend any nato member if turkey continue like this syria might see itself getting increasingly desperate and retaliate with full force then it's up to the united states and britain european and nato allies just figure out what to do what we need
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urgently right now is a peace conference certainly it's up to china and russia because they're the only people stopping a full scale war the kind of war that will only help but forces it looks like such as al qaeda united states is again supporting al-qaeda and turkey is to other one should know much better than to try and help out guy and he's been doing his best to fight the forces that are all through his presence. also spoke to the iraqi prime minister to get his stance on the development of the syrian conflict he's interview and more extensive analysis has an article plus. a small farmer taking out a bio tech giant as the u.s. supreme court agrees to review his appeal and online for details. police have used water cannon and tear gas to disperse hundreds of pro-reform demonstrate . in bahrain's capital manama the unrest came asper tester's marched in
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a funeral procession for an activist who died in prison after allegedly being denied proper medical treatment people in the crowd began throwing rocks and petrol bombs when security officers tried to stop them authorities have been cracking down on the opposition for twenty months but manny continue hitting the streets demanding equal rights and an answer to the sunni water came around eighty people have been killed and thousands arrested including prominent human rights activists in a village job is now serving three years in prison for attending an illegal demonstration former m.p. side says there's a popular see in the way the west reacts to the end rest of. the problem the double standard which practice by old those who student john trees. they. say i'm on those regimes who. let's say we relationship with them or probably they consider them as enemies but like old
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regime it's a part of the system they have lots of free lation share they give them some let's say support stood as one truth as they take some first cities they have the only from our countries doubts they ignore what's happening here although it's not clear. what's happening somewhere else. so i have here in the program crime and confusion we have report of inspecting one as are facing multiple fine simply for leading their everyday lives. twenty four year old russian student remains in critical condition after being brutally beaten there canadian detention center two months ago danny's telecasts was arrested after he allegedly threatened another student russia's foreign ministry has the manner of an investigation into the incident calgary police have yet to bring any charges in
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relation to the assault telegraph sister believes canadian authorities are being negligent. very often it's happening over there and even our last. exit in with a need in this three months. is the worst i mean we're not. even the lady. you have been there already and you grieving to lose your own are going to call your car is still far away from that or and you know it's very slow recovery going to not going to heaven didn't try to reach. you know they're not commending anything in the absolutely they are not helping with their how to be just as you know because even bit in library. it is there are. really hard in here you might not qualify because. it doesn't matter whether they're of the social governmental
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program in the given you that you have to leave for some endeavor to begin with but a calendar dude and i don't need money or whatever i want to be but i can i'm alive i want to go out of town and. and that can act presidential election the finale is predicted for sunday in venezuela the outspoken socialist leader of the charges and his young democratic rival have made their final pitches and the country has now and her in a day of silence are his lucy coffin of his in caracas with all the pre-election drama. there's no question who these venezuelans will be voting for comic tobar seventh. we are here because we support our president chavez he does many things to help us housing education programs helping the poor everything here has gotten a lot better because of him everything has changed. their red shirts brand them is
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the lifeblood of the venezuelan president's leftist movement through out his fourteen years in power for the hundreds of thousands of supporters who gathered in caracas on thursday the message was clear they want six more years of. his supporters say that chavez is the country's first president to genuinely care about the lower class was chavez is the punishment of the reach and the window of hope to cool. them. under the banner of socialism for the twenty first century chavez has pumped hundreds of billions of petro dollars into the economy and government run aid programs along with earning him popular support poverty has fallen from fifty percent in one thousand nine hundred nine to around thirty percent last year yet life in this country is far from ideal and with the plague of unemployment crime and corruption many venezuelans are now saying it's time for chavez to go but i'm one of those who voted for chavez but he's done his best and
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we need a change. in this race change means a vote for opposition leader in the us a forty year old lawyer who unlike chavez enjoyed a privileged upbringing. the son of a wealthy family that controls a media conglomerate and a chain of movie theaters has gained supporters by promising to combat crime unemployment and corruption but opponents have charged a previous is deliberately hiding his real economic goals the candidates are. going to be worked out very chavez's demand if you come from this kind of. works right. change that and the other candidate and repeat your feelings is a man of the wealthy or the leader of the oligarchs who would implement privatization only. stare at the it's a choice between two radically different worldviews a referendum on venezuela's socialist experiment.
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it's a way of. going to the many times. when. the captain of our team . and i'll take a look at some of the stories from around the world a mass rally is set in venice people call for the region's independence from rome this comes after violent clashes between students and the police broke out in several italian cities in a later show of anger gabs prime minister mario monti spending cuts despite government efforts italy continues to slide deeper into recession with the youth unemployment rate at thirty five percent. was the fans are literally on panetta has lashed out of the afghan president saying the country's leader should thank nato forces for fighting and dying for his country he was responding to the karzai complains this thursday that washington is failing to go after militants based in pakistan the raw comes as the alliance continues to suffer a so-called insider attacks in which afghans turn their guns on coalition troops
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some two thousand u.s. soldiers have lost their lives since the war began in two thousand and one. world's top platinum producer has fired twelve thousand employees for striking over wages in south africa as an attempt to choke a wave of mass walkouts that have seen the firm suffer a losses of over eight million u.s. dollars the country's mining industry has been plagued by wildcat protests some resulting in death just one day in august thirty four workers were killed during bloody clashes. we've been through sarin circling the city of bani walid a former stronghold of the country's leader of modern khadafi locals are claiming the city is practically under siege goes food and fuel supply is blocked tensions were sparked by the death of a former rebel credited with the colonel's capture the man in question was kidnapped and held up near a body while it died shortly after his release due to injuries inflicted by his captives tripoli is demanding the release of other captives in the region. also to
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come this hour pre-election excitement. but of all of it you know i mean it's almost like it's more than twenty four hours a day coverage on everything on the eve of the u.s. presidential elections we ask the people in america how they really feel about the phrase white house is just that after a short break. a sacred place rising out of the waters of the lake the long ministry is home to one hundred fifty orthodox monks mostly younger than thirty five and they've come from many different places and backgrounds to live in isolation here spiritual life it takes so many hours on the road to becoming
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a monk requires both hard work and religious to the cation. bank savings to become and has cattle as part of this preparation. however these beasts get a musical company. they can remember sound sequences you know they want to the sound signals the fruits the herders had in the old days they needed them it wasn't just fun but these meadows didn't come naturally requiring decades of composting to bring the soil up to farming standard this island is mostly rock. the soil here is very thin on the monks can't just get more of it because they're surrounded by the lake so they have to work very hard in order to provide whatever food they need. they grow their own crops found their own fish and repair their own churches . but the central purpose of the lawn has always been religious the main ministry surrounded by smaller priories spread through the many archipelago the monks here
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know their existence is a little different from that of other ministries here we do way and we do have. creams and song times tourists as well but only. tranquility use. the. combination of high religion and down to earth hard work than motivates these men. more news today violence has once again flared up. these are the images the world has been seeing from the streets of canada. giant corporations to rule the day.
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well. technology innovation all the developments from around russia we've got the future are covered. welcome back and watching our t.v. with myriad joshie drinking dog walking even feeding the birds all of timothy is now considered criminal in hundreds of london's parks the move has been slammed by
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civil liberties groups as an attack on personal freedoms while the government insists the ban is in place to tackle anti-social behavior artists are for of has more. here in this park in london if your found drinking alcohol or throwing a ball or even feeding the pigeons you could inadvertently be committing a criminal or civil offense surprise will serve a lot of people we're joined now by j.c. appleton the creator of the google maps banned in london which sets out the people these zones in london where you could commit an offense this century for these activities that most people would have she actually pretty looted say can you tell us more about what sort of things people should be looking out exactly and i think all these activities are things people consider to be quite ordinary so handing out leaflets having a drink in the park with your friends walking your dog we realize that over the past few years you've seen the growth of zones where quite ordinary activities are
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prohibited the banned in london map shows a whopping four hundred thirty five of these predication zones aimed at tackling and she say she behavior the might of been a good policy idea in theory has local people say and it up a very bad policy in practice meaning hardline crackdowns on the soft this of misdemeanors disconcertingly many bars in london have now hired private contractors to carry out the enforcement of these fines phil morris knows all about the after his local council hired its full services he received an eighty pound penalty for jumping a cigarette butt and that he maintains he didn't know it was illegal he refused to pay two for weeks later. for. just two x. for the private security and surveillance of the missing providers a so called in full cement offices in the u.k.
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contracted by some local councils first off the kitted out with cameras and uniforms but their tactics of pursuing these fines often seem far from professional was. don't get lost sleep with mine. people we asked those local council for their response they told r.t. these new offices back up our support for the public who fed up with the actions of the minority. and who in their dog fouls cigarette butts are litter or not get paid unless the issue of fine appropriately. only get paid if they find someone to fine a fact confirmed by a glance at their website which just shows local councils that their service is risk free and they won't charge and less the penalties and surprising then that the areas where x. will have been hired has seen
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a massive increase in the number of fines that a receipt and there's now concern over whether that is fair or ethical and about the accountability and transparency i recently dealt in the home affairs select committee which looks at these issues with a case of the law on the bar of new and which has law enforcement officers who are in fact council officials but dress up like police have been promised to make which is going to look into it because it's it's actually i think a criminal activity to pretend to be a police officer when you're not and i'm very concerned about how about that trend is going i think in the past it would be assumes that people knew the law that it was reasonable and so long as you weren't creating a problem then you could do what you like but increasingly it seems that that is no longer the case these findings may be surprising for sun but the truth is these types of laws and offenses are being creeping up on us the some time now they're actually growing in number so also the moment you can enjoy the parks in london whatever you do you do not feed them in. london and the us
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presidential race barack obama is being sued by a chinese owned company which he blocked from buying a wind farm in america chinese investors claim a bomber issued the order without any explanation and comes as the white house faces more pressure from the republicans to toughen up on beijing and some observers say obama simply trying to u.s. voters. the timing is somewhat suspicious just because the two presidential candidates. to to outdo each other in demonizing china in this whole presidential campaign whichever candidate wins whether it's president obama governor romney both wall and then have to do some. repairs for for all the damage that has been incurred and rendered unnecessarily so i think i think the american people understand the u.s.
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general asians far better than the candidates seem to think they understand and somehow they feel that putting this needed cast on china is going to gain them both and i don't believe that they're right as the world weighs the possible outcomes of november as u.s. presidential ballot our resident laurie hardness took to the streets of new york to find out what voters make of the race so far. the two thousand and twelve presidential elections why are they so boring this week let's talk about that. so tired of all of it you know i mean it's almost like it's more than twenty four hours of coverage on everything you know no matter what happens and nothing happened exactly having said that i think obama's going to win do you think he believes in himself as much as he did four years ago because he seems kind of tired he seems like he's a little frustrated i think he's more tired of mitt romney and just all of this
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like he just wants to get it over to november and just like ok give me you know my polls and let me when he says bored with the elections as we are very much president obama is going to the first african-american president that was so exciting no it's boring me again i don't know if there's going to be as much of a turnout for voters this year are you going to vote absolutely we're talking about the election you know. i'm not american you guys don't let me now yeah you know we don't let a lot of americans vote to you apparently why do you want to run don't you think either candidate can get it done i think there's too much corruption in the government i mean this should be important right. ship but how can it be a problem with money to process. and there's no really a choice right as one of the other and if by a really good option then what you did and the bush kerry kerry yeah i was just like i like which one do i like the least ok i'll use the other
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a vote of the other one yeah yeah so it's kind of the same thing as two thousand and four that maybe it's just like one of those here the new times a new age you need to support the people of your country is very important so is that what there is that what's missing this year neither of them are really speaking to the people yes forty seven percent that came from romney and now the thirty percent thing that came from ryan and. a lot of presidents telling us that they don't care about it right at this point a month away from elections i feel like they just wants to be to get it over with and they just want to hear more details and plans get it over with and get on with it and do something very good they do things up on the it does work. yet they're the smart ones with all the millions of dollars do you think they get put on a better show right. whether or not you think this election is boring the bottom line is we only have about a month until it's finally over and we can all gladly move on.
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well next hour and off talks to the co-founder of and find out how to ensure computer security in the digital age spotlight is coming up for half a short break. in japan the average height for men is one hundred eighty two centimeters ten centimeters shorter because of that some employers refused to hire me one of them even told me directly that i was too short to deal with the clients computers already spent three months in this hospital and plans to stay for another four to add the coveted seven santa majors to his stature invented by the famed soviet author p.d. is good for you is there of in the nineteen fifties these frames were initially used to treat fractures in deformities by cutting bones and slowly pulling them
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apart and therefore stimulating tissue regeneration it was out of was able to receive arms and legs and people who thought they were crippled for life be sent to the other patients and in many cases their shattered lives will go when professor of design says first frame using bicycle parts sixty years later season venture is increasingly being used to help people quite eager to fracture their legs to become a few centimeters taller than the ultimate goal is still the same fixing somebodies live both literally and figuratively about a third of patients admitted to be always out of center nowadays seeking series three focus medical reasons most of them a man and most are not what you would call vertically challenged professor novick of who operated on many of them says it usually comes down to a man's pride some of the first patient to turn to us with a leg length in the request to meet his fifteen centimeters to still want to
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surgery because it's panos to than him we like to say that we need to break their legs in order to fix their head maybe nothing wrong with them from an orthopedic point of view but there is something psychological that prevents them from living their lives fully being happy and we fix it like lengthening surgeries abound in many countries and even the out there press. expensive in russia the entire course costs eleven thousand dollars about one tenth of the similar package in the united states financial considerations for one of the reasons that brought this washington state to western siberia. for the surgery had to do with how he fared in. his one seventy five hours one sixty. one sixty. one. wanted to be average for women portent. girl can be sure it's not a big. expect to be taller just before the operation most this matter. he's
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a regional hide quite in dealing yet he still would want to have a surgery adding seven more centimeters he self-confidence she took. what a compliment for somebody who's used to falling short of his own expectations. to . the program. in less than a decade the world. media. personal security real life people go virtually in the net profit sharing too much information that. you have
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held. and transmit using so is it. the dark side of technological problem or there is a way that we can protect and will discuss computer security expert. the co-founder of spares. the after press corps. the rapid development of person a mobile devices has encouraged speculation about the rise of all well you and big brother the co-founder of the internet security company kaspersky lab natalya kaspersky supports the notion just says oh mobile devices can spy on their owners in particular world's best seller the i phone you can even feel misusers and sand to a third party natalia believe spy features would threaten not only personal privacy but the security of the entire country.
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i will tell you who welcome to the show thank you thank you very much for being with us and the well actually the reason i want to interview on this show is that you are no recently for a couple of years there for being very much alarmed by by the spread of the gadget which allegedly collect personal data and share it with others especially the the the newest. the i phone plans and so on so forth so here's a true and what kind of data are we talking i'll just say. that i'm not about the fact. that the providers. the producers of the gadget should share this information with somebody else. the fact they have.


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